The Text of the Fourth Gospel in the Writings of Origen – by Bart D. Ehrman, Gordon D. Fee, Michael W. Holmes

By Bart D. Ehrman, Gordon D. Fee, Michael W. Holmes

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Moreover, he pointed out that Jerome himself had followed a similar procedure in his own translations. In comparing the Latin translations of Origen with the Greek fragments that survive, it is clear that Rufinus was right: both translators worked to make Origen palatable to their orthodox audiences. In general the result is less a literal translation than a paraphrase. Most scholars now acknowledge that these renditions can in all probability be trusted to provide the essence of Origen's thoughts on one point or another; but they do not necessarily reflect the way Origen actually expressed himself in Greek.

23-24. g. icpivet / κρινη.. Including such differences as αλλα / α λ λ " , ψκοδομηθη / ο^οδομηθη, andeinov /einov. Since they are commonly added or deleted in order to adapt a quotation to its context. See Fee, ANRW, II. 26. 1 246-65, and James Brooks, Ttie New Testament Text of Gregory of Nyssa (SBLNTGF 2; Atlanta: Scholars, 1991) 26. 2 6 2 6 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 Introduction to the Critical Apparatus 27 variant readings that may occur in the textual tradition of the verse, since for these readings, Origen's testimony is mute.

Here we might emphasize that the precise contours of these textual groupings are not critical for our purposes. , concerning the character of P , doubts that we happen to share; we ourselves question the traditional designation of 1241 as Alexandrian. But the 23 24 45 25 2 2 See further Bart D. Ehrman, "Heracleon, Origen, and the Text of the Fourth Gospel," in Vigiliae Christianae (forthcoming), and idem, "Heracleon and the 'Western' Textual Tradition," New Testament Studies (forthcoming) As we will emphasize in volume two, there is considerable question concerning the existence of a distinctively "Caesarean" text.

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